Eloise Bruce’s first book of poetry, Rattle, was published by CavenKerry Press. Over the years she has had various roles at the Frost Place Center for Poetry and the Arts in Franconia, NH. She is member of the poetry critique and performance group Cool Women and works as a teaching artist for Young Audiences of NJ and Playwright’s Theatre. She has published in journals and magazines including Entelechy International, Sou’Wester and US 1 Worksheets. She leads symposiums for the Pachamama Alliance, which is dedicated to an ecological, spiritually fulfilling and socially just presence on the planet. She lives with her husband, David Keller, in NJ with an old rescued dachshund named Ginger and three birds, of which only one sings.
Online poem: www.shadowexpress.com